Defining Your Vision

Defining Your Vision

“A vision is not just a picture of what could be; it is an appeal to our better selves, a call to become something more.” ― Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Definition: A thought, concept, or object formed by the imagination. 

Objective: Define, Clarify & Record Your Personal & Business Vision

Using the resources on this page take some time to dream and imagine. Create, refine and record (write, draw, sketch, illustrate or map out) your vision of what your life and business looks like. 

“To the person who does not know where he wants to go there is no favorable wind.” ― Seneca

“Vision is the ability to talk about the future with such clarity it is as if we are talking about the past.” — Simon Sinek

Vision Statement

An aspirational description of what a person or an organization would like to achieve or accomplish in the mid-term or long-term future. It is intended to serves as a clear guide for choosing current and future courses of action. [1]

“If you are working on something exciting that you really care about, you don't have to be pushed. The vision pulls you.” ― Steve Jobs

Visualizing Your Ideal Day

What does your ideal day look like? Visualize your desired outcome.

A List of Questions To Get Your Started

Visualizing Your Work / Creative / Business Success

What does work/creative/business success look like to you? Visualise your desired outcome. 

A List of Questions To Get Your Started

Creating A Vision Board

Visualization is one of the most powerful mind exercises you can do.

Whether you believe that or not, we know that visualization works. Olympic athletes have been using it for decades to improve performance, and Psychology Today reported that the brain patterns activated when a weightlifter lifts heavy weights are also similarly activated when the lifter just imagined (visualized) lifting weights.

Your vision board should focus on how you want to feel.

So, what’s the big secret to creating a vision board that works? It’s simple: Your vision board should focus on how you want to feel, not just on things that you want. Don’t get me wrong, it’s great to include the material stuff, too. However, the more your board focuses on how you want to feel, the more it will come to life.

Direct Your Visitors to a Clear Action at the Bottom of the Page